Udaipur popularly known as the ‘City of Lakes’ fills the mind with thrill and excitement at the thought of Natural beauty, blooming lakes and majestic palaces. Yes, it has been rated as one of the most beautiful cities if the world, but have you ever thought that with the increase in pollution and population and other stuff what this city has turned into..?? Well, I’ll tell you… The following are the five things what I dislike and want to improve about Udaipur :-
Ghats turned to Dhobi Ghats:
Udaipur has many lakes. That’s the reason why it is also known as the Lakecity. But these lakes are being turned into Dhobhighats. The local people use the water of these lakes to wash clothes. Especially, Lake Pichola is mostly highlighted. The grill that is been placed at the side of the lake is been used as clothes line. All this is just hampering the beauty of the place. And if the concerned authorities don’t take any immediate and strict action the place will lose its attraction and natural beauty.
Problem of Parking:
Many tourists visit Udaipur to see its scenic beauty and lakes. But these places do not have a proper parking place for vehicles. People park their vehicles in haphazard way. Such a situation further leads to chaos and inconvenience for the commuters. So the administrative authorities must look over this condition so that there is a smooth flow of traffic.
The problem of pollution is throughout our country and the same is with Udaipur too. If you go around through the houses of Udaipur, you will find that most of them will have the ratio of Members: Vehicles be 2:1. The results could be disastrous if the pollution problem is not taken into consideration. The rapid growth in the number of vehicles have resulted in traffic jams and parking problems.
Udaipur’s tourist places are not maintained properly regarding CLEANLINESS. Every now and then you may see that there are pictures of untidiness are there in newspapers and the authorities are continuously needed to be reminded about this issue. The city is still waiting for a strict action of the authorities towards cleanliness.
The next thing relates with the Flights especially international flights. The tourist coming from abroad doesn’t directly land in Udaipur. Instead, they have to bear discomfort in order to directly reach Udaipur. Thus, international flights will increase networking and pull towards more and more tourists and industrialists.
Friends, we are the lucky ones who live in such a beautiful city. Numerous people visit our city to see its beauty and exquisiteness. We should be now more conscious and responsible to turn our city into a heaven. We shall also stop others from tearing down our city’s attractiveness.
bharat singh chouhanJuly 16, 2012 at 5:49 pm
Yes,This is the Fact,
mohit kalalJuly 17, 2012 at 10:07 am
amm..the ratio u hv given for the vehicles to family members is absolutely wrong..u totally assumpted,
nd another major problem of udaipur people is traffic sense within them..nd the lazy traffic rules,nd policemen!!
Sanjit ChohanJuly 17, 2012 at 10:17 am
Hi Bro i think he wrote – “If you go around through the houses of Udaipur, you will find that most of them will have the ratio of Members: Vehicles be 2:1”
Assumed as – “Most of them”, it ain’t a calculated census but its something we all can really observe.
Renuka PatelJuly 18, 2012 at 2:00 pm
liked it.. good effort.. 🙂
S.NimawatJuly 22, 2012 at 10:56 am
Gud efforts. . We need 2 show dt problm on govt desk wid more effctive n strong way. .
Kamna pahujaJuly 23, 2012 at 8:12 pm
True yaa…… V ll all encourag people wid u… N I hope u ll b d frst one to b on bicycle … YO! 😉
Punit JainJuly 24, 2012 at 1:58 pm
I have a pollution free Vehicle so i need not be on bicycle i guess….
gudakeshJuly 25, 2012 at 3:39 pm
Why do we forget about the hooligans who roam around making life difficult for the girls in the city ? Why do we forget about the inactive police who always waits for something to happen before taking any action ?
AKSHATAugust 5, 2012 at 2:16 pm
umm..i agree with you bro..
Punit JainAugust 10, 2012 at 10:19 am
weLL, this is a problem of only a small proportion of the city people… i talked about he whole…. 🙂